The Butterfly Vet Education platform gives you exclusive access to video playlists curated by clinical application in the Butterfly app. These tutorials are also available on desktop via Butterfly Cloud. Education is included with Pro and Team memberships.
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Equine veterinarian Dr. Dan Dreyfuss explains and demonstrates the Biplane Imaging tool accessible on the Butterflly iQ+ Vet
Identifying the canine liver in dorsal recumbency.
Identifying the canine liver in right lateral recumbency.
Identifying the canine liver through an intercostal window in right lateral recumbency.
Scanning the canine urinary bladder in tranverse and longitudinal.
Identifying and scanning the canine caudal retroperitoneal space.
Information on the color doppler feature and demonstration of a basic vascular assement.
Describes the positioning needed to view the mitral valve in both long and short axis in a small animal.
Demonstration of scanning the kidney in sternal recumbancy.
Describes the positioning needed for the scanner to obtain the Left Atrium to Aorta ratio or La/Ao in a small animal.
Subxiphoid scanning of the cranial abdomen with the patient in right lateral recumbancy.
Dr. Dan Dreyfuss offers tips for obtaining diagnostic images with the Butterfly iQ+ Vet
How to record a cine loop both before and after you capture the region of interest.
Demonstration of how to enter patient information, end an exam and save images to the cloud.
Simple instructions on how to log into your Butterfly cloud from a desktop computer.
How to view your image gallery and use administrative tools, along with sharing images/studies from a desktop computer.
How to share images/studies in and outside of your network.
How to freeze an image and use the linear measuring tool.
Identifying the gastrointestinal track using a GRID technique in dorsal recumbency.
Scanning the intercostal space and viewing the "glide sign" to determine if a small animal has a pneumothorax.
Identifying the spleen in dorsal recumbency.
Identifying the stomach in dorsal recumbency.
Scanning and measuring the neutered canine prostrate.
Identifying the left kidney in dorsal recumbency.
Measuring the wall thickness of the large bowel.
Measuring the wall thickness of the small bowel.
Out-of-plane needle guidance feature to help assist with difficult injections or sampling.
Point-of-care or cage side scanning for general assessment of the abdomen.
Equine veterinary technician Jessica Cook walks you through the prep process for ultrasound in the horse
How to select the appropriate preset and use the common controls to help improve your image.
Demonstration of an anatomical echo, looking for abnormal dialtion, thickening or contractility issues.
Demonstration of scanning and measuring the adrenal gland in a small animal.
Describes the positioning needed to view the left ventricle in a small animal.
Scanning the canine pylorus as it meets the duodenum at an anatomic landmark called the pyolroduodenoal junction or "PDJ".